ePetition - Disabled Parking Access in City Centre

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Disabled Parking Access in City Centre

We the undersigned petition Brighton & Hove Council to assess and improve the newly installed cycle lanes in the city centre/Laines against amount of removed disabled parking access. Assess and improve the safety for disabled persons emerging from vans/cars directly into cycle lanes on Hove Lawns. Reopen spaces currently closed to traffic to disabled badge holders, including but not limited to: Madeira Drive Enforce parking violations by fining those who park in disabled bays with no badge.

Disabled access to the city has been severely reduced and in some cases made more dangerous by the introduction of cycle lanes across the city.

This petition calls for the council to make proper accommodations for the loss of accessibility to disabled persons and improve their access to the city.

Proper care should be taken to ensure that these spaces are safe and appropriate for those who need more assistance entering and exiting vehicles.

Started by: Mary Thompson

This ePetition ran from 19/08/2020 to 28/09/2020 and has now finished.

43 people signed this ePetition.

Council response

Will be presented to the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee on 29 September 2020

 


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